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From Electronic Toys to Speech Production

My passion for understanding the mechanisms of how things work and why they break down started from the early childhood years. My generation grew up with the advent of electronic technologies, [...]

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In the defense of ‘naming’ as an outcome measure in aphasia therapy studies

“Driving into work this morning I set a new personal record: I was able to name 324 items that I saw on my way…” said no one, ever. Naming things out loud seems like a bizarre activity and not [...]

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Aphasia Therapy Doesn’t Work

I was very fortunate to be the last student to start PhD study with Audrey Holland (University of Arizona). One of the many benefits of studying under Audrey’s tutelage is that she was very [...]

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Aphasia treatment outcome measures – some are worse than others

One would hope that anyone who has been involved with aphasia treatment studies has at some point struggled with the question of what primary outcome measure to use. If they have not, I would [...]